Ahead of the November 21 governorship election in Kogi State, Arch Yomi Awoniyi, deputy governor of the state has asked members of the People Democratic Party, PDP in Mopamuro council to remain faithful in their support for the party.
The deputy governor said this in Mopa, his country home, at the weekend while addressing supporters of the party. Arch Awoniyi described the rousing reception accorded him on arrival by people of the area as a good omen for the people and sign of better days ahead, appealing to members of the party and citizens of the area to remain steadfast in their support for the PDP and for Governor Idris Wada.
He said the work ahead for the party in the forth coming governorship election slated for November 21, was challenging but well spelt out, urging his kinsmen to come out in their numbers and vote for the PDP during the election.
The deputy governor who stressed that PDP was the party that can continue with the development trend in the state assured that the issues of salary payment has been stepped up at both levels of government by the state government.
Awoniyi pointed out that the issue of percentage payment at local government levels is being improved upon from the month of July, adding that the present government will invest in massive infrastructure at the various local government areas of the state if the state government receives its own share of the bail out money from the federal government.
Awoniyi appealed to the people to come out en mass and vote for the PDP during the next governorship election to ensure continuity and sustainable development.
Earlier, William Shogo, PDP chairman for Mopamuro local government area, said the meeting was called to discuss ways of moving the party forward and how to achieve victory in the governorship election in November.
While commending the leadership of the deputy governor, he promised to deliver the council to the party in the November governorship election in the state.

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